… once my fingertips holler “Uncle!” and tell me to take a break from my new ukulele.
To help you pass the time, some uke players who are way better than the n00b that I am on day 2 of my musical odyssey:
We’ll try to be patient. We like a ukulele lady like you.
It seems someone at Château Free-Ride doesn’t quite get the meaning of Squidmass. You’re supposed to give the noisy things to the kids. Otherwise, there is no purpose to 4:30am.
Also, The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain doing The Good, The Bad, The Ugly:
I got a uke for Christmas too!! What did you get? I have a baritone uke. Here’s my first song:
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